Windows 2000 – Implementing a Network Infrastructure: IP Routing
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To provide an overview of IP routing in a Windows 2000 network
Students preparing for Microsoft exam 70-216; students working in a medium to very large computing environments that use the Windows 2000 network operating system
Familiarity with the Windows 2000 network operating system
Windows 2000 – Implementing a Network Infrastructure: IP Routingdefine IP routing, identify the uses of static and dynamic IP routing, and give an account of how dynamic IP routing supports RRAS.give a brief account of the RIP and OSPF protocols.implement IP and OSPF routing protocols in Windows 2000.install a network protocol, configure binding order, implement a static IP route, and enable and configure OSPF.cite approaches for managing IP and devise a troubleshooting strategy for failure over an IP route.give a brief account of multicasting and cite its uses in networking.define IGMP and install and configure multicasting.configure routing and remote access, IGMP, and a multicast boundary.list considerations for managing and monitoring a multicast network.give a brief account of the methods used to troubleshoot and diagnose problems in multicast networks.list the benefits of demand-dial routing, give an account of security and encryption methods, and identify dial-up connection types.install a modem and create, configure, and customize a demand-dial interface.create and configure a demand-dial interface.identify issues in the ongoing management of a demand-dial routing environment.recognize common problems associated with demand-dial routing and take steps to solve them.